Devin Harris is in his second tour of duty with the Dallas Mavericks.

The 10-year veteran guard would like nothing more than to have that second tour extended.

Harris becomes a free agent July 1. And he has no designs on packing up to play for another team. But he doesn’t want to be underpaid, either.

“I think winning is most important at this point in my career,” Harris said. “More than anything else.”

When asked if money is important, too, the Milwaukee native smiled and said: “Yes, it is.”

Last summer the Mavericks verbally agreed to sign Harris to a three-year, $9 million contract. Then their medical staff discovered some frightening issues with the big toe on Harris’ left foot.

As a result, the Mavs pulled that contract agreement with Harris off the table, and he underwent surgery. He was eventually awarded a one-year contract for the veteran minimum of $1.3 million.

Now, based on the success he had this season and how the Mavericks probably would not have made the playoffs without his production, Harris would like to have that three-year, $9 million deal back.

“Obviously I don’t really know where [the negotiations] will go,” Harris said. “My intent is to come back, but like I said, only time will tell.

“I would rather not [sign a one-year deal]. It’s kind of tough to do, especially coming off surgery.”

Harris missed the first 41 games this season and the Mavs were 24-17 in his absence while using rookies Shane Larkin and Gal Mekel as the backup to starting point guard Jose Calderon.

With Harris in the lineup the Mavs posted a 24-16 record — he missed the Feb. 12 win at Indiana with ankle and knee injuries — as he displayed his leadership, ball-handling skills and defensive prowess.

“Devin has just meant the world to this franchise,” Mavs president Donnie Nelson said. “It was an awkward situation this summer with his injury.

“Our big goal for Devin was to be healthy and not to have that toe be an issue. We had minute restrictions and that was all for his best interests medically.”